Wednesday, March 31, 2010
Friday, March 26, 2010
How he proposed: We took a cruise for his b-day to the Caribbean, and he asked me on the top deck under a starry sky, on the formal night. awwww!!
Wedding Date: Sept. 18, 2009
Wedding Ceremony and Reception Location: The Canterbury Place
Wedding Colors: Hot Pink, Lime Green & Black
Most memorable moment for the Groom: Dancing with Jaimie for the first time married.
Florist: Stacie from The Canterbury Place Floral a mix of tropical flowers and gerber daisies
Cake: Heather from Ambrosia Cakes topsy-turvy shaped
Exit: Sparkler send-off and than an Ambulance ride!
Post by Elysha
Saturday, March 6, 2010
1. Fabric Rosette via JL Designs
How cute are these over sized rosettes? They definitely make a statement.
2. Side Opi via Style Me Pretty
Isn't this such a vintage look with the draped ribbon, hanging crystals, and peonies on the sides? Very beautiful.
4. Table Number via Once Wed
What better way is there to bring in your personality than with your silhouette? This decoration is perfect for a vintage wedding and can be used afterwards for your home decor.
Post by Ashley
Friday, March 5, 2010
The Processional: This is the song that the bridal party will be walking down to. Using something simple and steady like “Canon in D’” or “Trumpet Voluntary” are good traditional songs.
The Bride: The traditional bride song is “Here Comes the Bride”, but as more wedding traditions are going out the window, so are traditional wedding songs. Again, play something special to you and something that reflects your personality.
Post by Elysha